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Bifold doors are available in a variety of configurations; you can choose to have between 2 and 7 door panels, depending on the size of the aperture that you’d like filled. They can also be configured to fold to the left, right or both ways in order to open.
What’s more, there’s the option of a traffic door. This is a door that opens inwards and outwards like a traditional door. They are also operated separately from the bifold door panels, allowing you to move between areas of your property without having to operate your bifolding doors fully.View our bifold doors
This will depend on the material that your front door is built from. If you have a uPVC or composite front door, we would advise that you do not repaint it because any DIY paint job will not be able to last as long.
uPVC doors are sprayed with coatings that have been specially designed for use on uPVC, in order to ensure the finish will last. For composite doors, the colour is incorporated right the way through their Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) skins. Again, this is done to ensure for a long-lasting finish.
If you have a wooden front door, however, these are designed to be retreated/repainted. So, you can go ahead and paint them as you see fit.View our premium composite doors
If you prefer a more traditional design, French doors might better meet your visual requirements. They also tend to take up less wall space than patio doors, but because they open inwards and outwards, they require more floor space to be operated.
Patio doors, on the other hand, tend to require more wall space, although this does mean a larger glass area and slightly increased light intake. As you slide them to the side, however, they don’t take up any floor space to open.View our patio doors
Here at Droylsden Glass, we are one of a few installers who can offer our customers the exclusive Kubu Equipped Door Lock, an innovative smart lock from Avantis. If you’re interested in smart door locking technology, we install Kubu locks on our:Find out more
We understand that every job is unique and so we do not offer standard door sizes. An adept member of the Droylsden Glass team will perform an assessment of your property to determine the size of door that you require before it is made to measure.View our selection of doors
New doors do not have a set price. Instead, the cost for a new door is affected by a number of factors such as:
If you require disabled access, we’re able to fit our doors with a low threshold. This will allow for wheelchair access and make it easier to move between the inside and outside of your home.Enquire for more information
For starters, it will be fitted with a range of impressive security hardware, although this will vary depending on the type of door. For entrance doors, you should look out for multipoint locks and high-quality locking cylinders like the Ultion locking cylinders that we use on our composite doors. For bifold and patio doors, look out for internal glazing beads as these will prevent the glass from being removed externally.
Accreditations are another indication of whether or not a door is secure. PAS24 accreditation is a British Standard that indicates an enhanced security performance, so be sure to look out for it when buying a new door.Enquire for more information
There are different colour options for different materials, although you will always have plenty of choice when it comes to the finish. All of our aluminium door options are available in any RAL colour along with woodgrain, matte, anodised and durable Coatex finishes so there is a huge number of possibilities for them.
Our uPVC doors also come in a wide number of colours and woodgrain effect finishes. The exteriors of our composite doors are designed to emulate a woodgrain effect as standard, although there is plenty of options when it comes to their colour.Get a free quote
Yes, they can. However, if this is something that you require, this should be specified before the door is sent off to the manufacturer to be built. Once the door is fitted, we would strongly advise against retrofitting a cat or dog flap.Find out more
We are accredited by a variety of highly reputed regulating bodies that cover the construction industry.
We have been carrying out quality installations in Chester, Warrington, Wirral, Trafford, Bolton, Oldham, Manchester, Cheshire, Tameside & Stockport for over three decades. View our products by visiting our showroom today.
42-56 Audenshaw Road
Manchester, M34 5HJ
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York Street, Audenshaw, Manchester, M34 5HJ